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Do you guys know a good way to search for older unanswered question with no upvotes? I've already tried this:


but gives the newest first, I want the opposite.

Thanks in advance.

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You can't search for "oldest" questions (other than paging to the end of newest), but you can search a date range, for example:

answers:0 is:question closed:0 created:2009..2010 would search questions created 2009-2010

Similarly there is a lastactive: which is when the question was last modified (edited, answered, etc.), like this:

answers:0 is:question closed:0 lastactive:2009..2010

Both of the above examples are links, click to see the results.

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I guess that's the better approach. Thanks! – luchosrock Apr 11 '13 at 14:56

Scroll down to the bottom of that page. Click on the really big number to the right of all the little numbers (immediately to the left of the "next").

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ahahah I meant the fast "I could bookmark this link" way – luchosrock Apr 9 '13 at 19:42

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